A bone-chilling yet strangely moving thriller whose eerie ambiguity will be best suited to festival audiences.
The Chef And The Swordsman
With the Hollywood gold rush into China in high gear, it's hard to tell the real players from the wannabes.
Wu Ershan's supernatural costumer combines technical razzle-dazzle with a competently told yarn that allows its stars to shine.
In a clear signal that China is increasing efforts to expand its film biz by taking its cue from Hollywood, top execs from state-run film entities unveiled two news film, spy movie "Switch" and 3D…
China's top two privately owned shingles, Huayi Bros. and Bona Film Group, have signed up to buy stakes in the one-year-old start-up China Lion Film Distribution, which will give them access to the…
Foreign films, many of which have played the festival circuit, will soon get a new platform to reach U.S. audiences through the launch of Fox World Cinema, a label that Fox Home Entertainment plans…
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U.S. helmer Doug Liman was at the Pusan Film Festival Monday to tubthump for martial arts comedy "The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordsman," on which he has an exec producer credit and which is backed…
An elegant adaptation by Marsha Norman of a sweeping multi-decade novel.
If a clothes dryer could scream in Chinese, it would resemble this eagerly incoherent film.